NEWS ARCHIVE

30 APRIL 2010

FERRARI REFUTES FLOUTING TOBACCO BAN

Ferrari has responded to suggestions that its race car livery could be in breach of European tobacco advertising laws.

29 APRIL 2010

SILVERSTONE AIMS TO BE FASTEST TRACK

Silverstone has unveiled the new layout which will be used for the British GP on July 11, and one which could make the Northamptonshire, England track the fastest on the F1 calendar.

SAUBER: I'D DO THE SAME THING AGAIN

After a difficult start to his second spell as an F1 team principal, Peter Sauber takes stock after the four overseas races of the 2010 season.

28 APRIL 2010

JOHN BOOTH TALKS ABOUT VIRGIN'S F1 BAPTISM

Virgin Racing team principal John Booth is a former British FF1600 front runner with a 'hard man' reputation, winning the 1983 FF1600 'Champion of Champions' race at Brands Hatch. On retiring from driving he formed Manor Motorsport and has had championship-winning success.

27 APRIL 2010

FROM HORSEPOWER TO FOOT POWER

Having witnessed a tough start for his new Virgin Racing team in the first four flyaway grands prix, Sir Richard Branson forgot about horsepower and donned his running shoes to take part in last weekend's London Marathon.

23 APRIL 2010

PIRELLI JOINS POTENTIAL F1 TYRE SUPPLIERS

Pirelli's has approved a feasibility study into returning to the F1 arena it left at the end of the 1991 season with 42 victories to its name.

21 APRIL 2010

MONTEZEMOLO RESIGNS AS FIAT CHAIRMAN

Luca di Montezemolo has resigned as chairman of Fiat. Montezemolo, also president of Fiat subsidiary Ferrari, became the chairman of the Italian car manufacturer after the death of Umberto Agnelli in 2004.

20 APRIL 2010

CAN ANYONE TAKE IT TO RED BULL OVER 19 RACES?

The last three grands prix have all been highly entertaining. But it's all been about mixed conditions. What you cannot escape though, is that in normal dry conditions, Red Bull's RB6 is undeniably the quickest car on the grid.

18 APRIL 2010

RACE REPORT - BUTTON RAINS ON RED BULL PARADE

Chinese GP - Race Report

RACE NOTES - JENSON BUTTON WINS HECTIC CHINESE GP

Chinese GP - Race Notes

SUNDAY PHOTOS

Chinese GP - Sunday Photos

SUNDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Chinese GP - Sunday Press Conference

SUNDAY TEAM QUOTES

Chinese GP - Sunday Team Quotes

RACE RESULTS

Chinese GP - Race Results

17 APRIL 2010

QUALIFYING REPORT - VETTEL LEADS RED BULL FRONT ROW

Chinese GP - Qualifying Report

SATURDAY PHOTOS

Chinese GP - Saturday Photos

SATURDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Chinese GP - Saturday Press Conference

SATURDAY TEAM QUOTES

Chinese GP - Saturday Team Quotes

QUALIFYING RESULTS

Chinese GP - Qualifying Results

HRT ANNOUNCES YAMAMOTO AS RESERVE DRIVER

Hispania Racing has announced today that it has signed former Super Aguri and Spyker driver Sakon Yamamoto as it's test and reserve driver for the 2010 season.

PRACTICE 3 REPORT - WEBBER QUICKEST IN FINAL PRACTICE

Chinese GP - Practice 3 Report

PRACTICE 3 RESULTS

Chinese GP - Practice 3 Results

16 APRIL 2010

PRACTICE 2 REPORT - HAMILTON SETS THE PACE

Chinese GP - Practice 2 Report

FRIDAY PHOTOS

Chinese GP - Friday Photos

FRIDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Chinese GP - Friday Press Conference

FRIDAY TEAM QUOTES

Chinese GP - Friday Team Quotes

PRACTICE 2 RESULTS

Chinese GP - Practice 2 Results

PRACTICE 1 REPORT - BUTTON FASTEST IN FIRST SESSION

Chinese GP - Practice 1 Report

PRACTICE 1 RESULTS

Chinese GP - Practice 1 Results

15 APRIL 2010

THURSDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Chinese GP - Thursday Press Conference

12 APRIL 2010

FIA SETTLES WITH BRIATORE

Formula One's governing body, the FIA, has announced that it has settled its dispute with former Renault team members Flavio Briatore and Pat Symonds.

BRIATORE RESPONDS

Following the FIA announcement earlier today, Flavio Briatore issued a statement.

9 APRIL 2010

FERRARI ADMITS ENGINE PROBLEMS

Ferrari may lead both F1 championships after the first three races, but alarm bells are at full blast in Maranello, following a series of unexpected engine problems affecting the team's V8 motors.

8 APRIL 2010

FIA'S SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF

Formula 1's governing body the FIA has vowed to crack down on anyone found to have a trick suspension system in 2010.

5 APRIL 2010

RED BULLETPROOF? NOT YET...

With three races down, the world championship may be beautifully poised - with five drivers separated by four points - but the sheer dominance of Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull during the Malaysian Grand Prix will have sent a shudder down the rest of the grid.

4 APRIL 2010

RACE REPORT - THIRD TIME LUCKY FOR VETTEL

Malaysian GP - Race Report

RACE NOTES - VETTEL WINS MALAYSIAN GP IN RED BULL 1-2

Malaysian GP - Race Notes

SUNDAY PHOTOS

Malaysian GP - Sunday Photos

SUNDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Malaysian GP - Sunday Press Conference

SUNDAY TEAM QUOTES

Malaysian GP - Sunday Team Quotes

RACE RESULTS

Malaysian GP - Race Results

3 APRIL 2010

QUALIFYING REPORT - WEBBER SHOWS UP THE CLOWNS

Malaysian GP - Qualifying Report

SATURDAY PHOTOS

Malaysian GP - Saturday Photos

SATURDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Malaysian GP - Saturday Press Conference

SATURDAY TEAM QUOTES

Malaysian GP - Saturday Team Quotes

QUALIFYING RESULTS

Malaysian GP - Qualifying Results

PRACTICE 3 REPORT - WEBBER PUTS RED BULL BACK ON TOP

Malaysian GP - Practice 3 Report

PRACTICE 3 RESULTS

Malaysian GP - Practice 3 Results

2 APRIL 2010

PRACTICE 2 REPORT - HAMILTON TAKES FRIDAY HONOURS

Malaysian GP - Practice 2 Report

FRIDAY PHOTOS

Malaysian GP - Friday Photos

FRIDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Malaysian GP - Friday Press Conference

FRIDAY TEAM QUOTES

Malaysian GP - Friday Team Quotes

PRACTICE 2 RESULTS

Malaysian GP - Practice 2 Results

PRACTICE 1 REPORT - HAMILTON FASTEST IN OPENING SESSION

Malaysian GP - Practice 1 Report

PRACTICE 1 RESULTS

Malaysian GP - Practice 1 Results

DON'T LOOK BACK IN DANGER

Wing mirrors will have to be mounted on the side of Formula 1 cars' cockpits in time for next month's Spanish Grand Prix following a crackdown from the FIA.

1 APRIL 2010

THURSDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Malaysian GP - Thursday Press Conference

BRAKES NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR VETTEL EXIT

Brake manufacturer Brembo has taken the unusual step of denying that it suffered a failure causing Sebastian Vettel to crash out of last weekend's Australian Grand Prix.